KHANDBAHALE.COM - Top word list of character 'l' in Assamese language

lack of action or effort in Assamese

lack of comprehension or understanding in Assamese

lack of concern or anxiety in Assamese

lack of consideration or respect for something in Assamese

lack of depth of thought, feeling or behaviour; resembling the nature of a monkey in Assamese

lack of honesty; a disposition to lie, cheat, or steal in Assamese

lack of integrity or honesty (especially to bribery) in Assamese

Lack of interest or importance in Assamese

lack of knowledge, understanding or information about something in Assamese

lack of maturity; the state or condition of not being fully developed or grown in Assamese

lack of modesty, i.e. decency of behavior, speech, etc. in Assamese

lack of or lacking courage. in Assamese

lack of quality or essential distinctive characteristics in Assamese

Lack of real value; not truth. in Assamese

lack of similarity or parity in Assamese

Lack of sufficient air in the lung and of oxygen in the blood. in Assamese

Lack of trust or confidence. in Assamese

lack of vision or foresight in Assamese

lack of waves or undulations in Assamese

lack or absence of cooperation in Assamese

lack or absence of existence in Assamese

lack or absence of results or success in Assamese

lack or absence of right or authority in Assamese

lacking any sense of shame, Without the emotion or sense of guilt. in Assamese

lacking appetite or having no desire to eat in Assamese

lacking contents which could or should be present; a complete absence of contents in Assamese

lacking courage in facing danger, difficulty, opposition, pain, etc in Assamese

Lacking education or knowledge. in Assamese

Lacking help or protection, having no way. in Assamese

lacking hue and brightness; absorbing light without reflecting any of the rays composing it in Assamese

lacking in fineness or rough in texture cloth. in Assamese

lacking in growth owing to insufficiency of mother`s milk in Assamese

lacking in moderation or self-control, esp. of sexual desire, urination and defecation. in Assamese

Lacking in variety, repetativeness in Assamese

Lacking or indicating lack of confidence or assurance; not established beyond doubt, still undecided or unknown. in Assamese

lacking or showing a lack of judgment or discretion. in Assamese

Lacking physical depth; having little spatial extension downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or outward from a centre. in Assamese

lacking sharp pointing out growths or thorns in Assamese

Lacking sleep or unable to sleep in Assamese

Lacking strength or power. in Assamese

lacking taste or flavor in Assamese

Lacking taste or flavour or tang. in Assamese

Lacking the power of human speech. in Assamese

laid here and there, not being uniform (as paint or plaster) in Assamese

laid in layers - one top of another in Assamese

Lakshminath Bezbaruah who pioneered the modern Assamese literature occupies a very high position in the field of Indian literature. Born in 1868 in a well-known family of Assam, he had his early education at Sibsagar and his higher education at Calcutta. in Assamese

laminated structure; arrangement in thin layers. in Assamese

land away from/outside towns or cities with fields and woods in Assamese

land on which jungle had been cut down previously for subsequent cultivation in Assamese

land prepared for cultivation in Assamese

Land which is not cleared from jungle for cultivation. in Assamese

language(s) which people learn to travel to places where it is spoken, to know art, literature etc. of that place and to have commercial transaction etc. with the speakers of that language. This language is not used for any other purpose outside the class in Assamese

laptop is a personal computer designed for mobile use and small and light enough to sit on one's lap while in use. in Assamese

Large and heavy mounted gun, used in historical times in Assamese

large bird with a massive hooked bill and long broad wings in Assamese

Large crested fish-eating diving duck having a slender hooked bill with serrated edges. Of this species the female is called Chakoi and the male is Chakowa. They always go in pairs, a male and a female, therefore in speakin in Assamese

large enough to satisfy appetite when eaten in Assamese

Large in spatial extent or range or scope or quantity. in Assamese

Large lemon like fruit with thick aromatic rind in Assamese

Large mostly Old World wading birds typically having white-and-black plumage in Assamese

Large natural elevation of the ground that are bigger than hills in Assamese

Large palmlike plant (Carica papaya; family Caricaceae), cultivated throughout the tropics and warm subtropics, and its succulent juicy fruit. A popular breakfast fruit in many countries, it is also used in salads, pies, sherbets, juices, and confections. in Assamese

large piece of woven material used as a covering for warmth, especially on a bed. in Assamese

large sweet black or very dark purple edible aggregate fruit of any of various bushes of the genus Rubus in Assamese

Large trees of the flowering plant family, Combretaceae distributed in tropical regions of the world. Its extracts have antifungal, antibacterial, anti-cancer and hepatoprotective indications. Because of these properties it is popular as a building materi in Assamese

large woodpeckers which are resident breeders in tropical southern Asia and They derive their English names from their golden or crimson backs. in Assamese

large, chiefly aquatic herbivorous mammal having thick, dark, almost hairless skin, short legs with four toes, and a broad, wide-mouthed muzzle in Assamese

large, long-legged and long-necked birds of the order Gruiformes, and family Gruidae in Assamese

larger or bigger than any other items considered. in Assamese

Largest bay in the world. Which is bounded by Burma and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands to the east, India and Sri Lanka to the west, Bangladesh and West Bengal to the north and Indian ocean to the south. It is looks like triangler shaped . in Assamese

Larva feeding on the paper and glue in books. in Assamese

Lash attached to a stick for urging on animals or punishing etc. in Assamese

lasting for short period of time in Assamese

lasting or existing all through somebody's life; lasting a lifetime in Assamese

Lasting or recurring every two years in Assamese

Lasting with someone for a very short period of time. in Assamese

Layer of living tissue below the epidermis in Assamese

layers of dirt accumulated on the skin in Assamese

lazy and fashionable in Assamese

leader of a criminal organisation in Assamese

Leader of a team or a group of people in Assamese

leader of the masses; an experienced political leader that many people respect in Assamese

leaf of a mango tree. Used in almost all religious and auspicious ceremonies of the Hindus. in Assamese

leafless branches and twigs in Assamese

Leafy vegetables, e.g. spinach in Assamese

leaking of rain water through the roof. in Assamese

Least high in position or status in Assamese

leave furtively and stealthily in Assamese

Leave without intending to return or unattended in Assamese

leaves of a tropical plant used to make a refreshing drink. in Assamese

Leaving a place to board a train, bus, aircraft, etc. in Assamese

left behind in the field after the gathering of the crop in Assamese

left hand side of an animal`s belly in Assamese

Left over food, immersed in water for the next day in Assamese

Left over part of the rice plant after harvesting. in Assamese

legal authority to act for another person in certain specified matters or the document conferring such authority in Assamese

legistimate resident of a country in Assamese

Lemon Grass is a tall tropical grass. The fresh stalks and leaves have a clean lemonlike odour because they contain an essential oil, which is also present in lemon peel. Lemon grass is a long thick grass with leaves at the top and a solid portion several in Assamese

Lens used to enlarge or magnify things for a better viewing in Assamese

less than the required length in Assamese

let live - as a wish or blessing in Assamese

Lethocerus indicus is a giant water bug in the family Belostomatidae. It is an edible species. In the northeast region of Thailand & Northern Vieatnam, cuisines preparing different popular dishes in different manners from it. It is also a favorite dish am in Assamese

letters which are not used or pronouned by themselves without being joined with others in Assamese

Leukemia is a cancer of the blood or bone marrow. It is characterized by the rapid growth of the malignant cells of blood , usually white blood cells. in Assamese

Liable to be the subject of a law suit in Assamese

liable to fall or shake, not firm. in Assamese

liberal or tolerant treatment (especially to something bad) in Assamese

lice like wingless odorous insect with a flat reddish body that infests dwellings and bedding and feeds on human blood. in Assamese

Lichen is a symbiotic association of a fungus (mycobiont)and a photosynthetic partner (Photobiont), which may be an algae or an cyanobacterium. Some lichens contains all the three types of organisms. in Assamese

light and warmth from the SUN in Assamese

Light coming out from a source per second per unit solid angle. in Assamese

light domestic works like going to here and there for some petty things when asked in Assamese

Light seen in the sky near the North Pole in Assamese

Light seen in the sky near the South Pole in Assamese

Light to dark brown protective layer on wooden furniture. in Assamese

light up a place or some object in Assamese

like a demon, i.e. unseemly or ill-natured in Assamese

like a fish, smelling like a raw fish in Assamese

like a king, connected with or good enough for a king in Assamese

like a marsh; soft and wet in Assamese

like nectar, i.e. very sweet and pleasing in Assamese

like one`s self or similar to oneself in Assamese

Like or befitting a child, as in innocence, trustfulness, or candor. in Assamese

like or of a girl; having qualities or nature of a girl in Assamese

Like or related to fire in Assamese

like other varieties of domesticated pigeons it is a descendants of the Rock Pigeon (Columba livia). It is characterised by a fan-shaped tail composed of 30 to 40 feathers. in Assamese

like the way, manner discussed in Assamese

Likely to decay or go bad quickly. in Assamese

Likely to suffer, e.g. accident-prone in Assamese

Limb of a tree or bough in Assamese

Limited in any physical (or mental) abilities, like blindness, hearing impairment , amputation etc in Assamese

Line of hereditary rulers in Assamese

lines of gun fire from two or more directions at the same time and crossing each other. in Assamese

linguistic constructions without following usual grammatical rules in Assamese

liquid food made by boiling meat, fish, or vegetables in Assamese

liquid pitch, a black substance, sticky when hot, used especially for making roads in Assamese

Liquifed Petroleum Gas,usually used for cooking. in Assamese

list of applicants or passengers who cannot be enrolled,appointed or accommodated now but there are chnaces that they can be included in the near future. in Assamese

List of books on a specific subject or by a particular author in Assamese

lit by the moon in Assamese

Literally 'Five Principles' was originally a collection of Sanskrit and Pali fables in verse and prose with social and political treatise. in Assamese

literally husband-god; traditionally a respectful term for husband. These days sometimes used with sarcasm. in Assamese

literally, 'people's court', this is an Indian governmental system of Alternative Dispute Resolution through mediation, negotiation, conciliation and compromise without strictly following the complicacies of the procedural laws and the Evidence Act for qu in Assamese

literary works that involve both translation and original creative writing; a translation, which when read, gives the impression of original writing. in Assamese

little burnt or hardened by drying in Assamese

little warmer than normal (with respect to fever, the sun) in Assamese

liveliness of feelings, emotions, or sympathies in Assamese

living a hundred years. in Assamese

living away from home in Assamese

living in a family life in Assamese

living on others' refuses or wastes in Assamese

living on the branch of a tree in Assamese

living or existing at the furthest limit of a place. in Assamese

Living or produced on mountain or hill. in Assamese

living or remaining separately in Assamese

living together in an intimate relationship in Assamese

Living together or enjoying life in communities or in organized groups. in Assamese

Load, esp. a heavy one in Assamese

Lobster is known as Clawed lobster compose a family Nephropidae of large marine crustaceans. It has two large claws. in Assamese

located (in a particular place) ? a Guwahati-based institute in Assamese

located on the bank of the Brahmaputra in Assam (partly in Golaghat and partly in Nagaon Districts), Kaziranga National Park covers an area of 430 sq.kms.This is a world heritage site and is famous for the great Indian one horned rhinocerous.The park is o in Assamese

Located on the north bank of the Dhansiri river (Dima in the Dimasa language), Dimapur was the Capital of the erstwhile Dimasa Kachari Kingdom and presently commercial hub of Nagaland. in Assamese

Located on, around, or in the direction of an axis. in Assamese

located or living under the earth's surface in Assamese

logical examination of existing information in Assamese

long conical deep-orange edible roots of the cultivated perennial plant widely cultivated in the temperate and tropical regions in Assamese

long conversation between two mothers-in-law. in Assamese

Long hair on the neck of a horse, lion, etc. in Assamese

long hair that is rolled at the back of the head in Assamese

Long legged animal found in desert areas that have one hump (Arabian camel) or two humps (Bactrian camel) in Assamese

long past; beyond the limits of memory or tradition or recorded history. in Assamese

Long serving member of any group, like a veteran player in Assamese

long strips of split bamboo strung together. in Assamese

Long upright posy of timber etc. on a ship or boat's keel to support sails in Assamese

longer than usual in Assamese

longing for home and family while absent from them or one, who does not like to go away from home in Assamese

look fixedly, esp. in curiosity, surprise, horror, etc in Assamese

looking at or thinking about a past event or situation (often with a different opinion of it from the one held at that time. in Assamese

looking at something with greed in Assamese

looking good enough for people to see in Assamese

looking or searching for; e.g. development-seeking, favour-seeking, etc. in Assamese

looks like original, but not original in Assamese

loose connective tissue in which fat cells accumulate in Assamese

Lord Ram (Ramachandra) is the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu,he is the hero of the epic Ramayana. Ram, Hi is son of Dasaratha king of Ajudha. Hi is usually pictured as holding a bow and arrow, indicating his readiness to destroy evils. in Assamese

Loss of honor, respect, or reputation. The condition of having lost honor or good repute. in Assamese

loss of interest or attraction in Assamese

Loss of one`s sense of direction, position, or relationship with one`s surroundings in Assamese

loss of one’s own interest or advantage. in Assamese

loud cries of tigers or lions in Assamese

Lovage (Levisticum officinale) is a plant, the leaves and seeds or fruit of which are used to flavor food, especially in South European cuisine. It is a tall (3 to 9 ft) perennial that vaguely resembles its cousin celery in appearance and in flavor. Lovag in Assamese

love and affection for the child in Assamese

Love of country and willingness to sacrifice for it. in Assamese

love of God or the pleasure derived out of it in Assamese

loved or as close in relationship as one's brother in Assamese

lovely or pleasing to behold in Assamese

loving conversation between friends or lovers. in Assamese

low growth then expected in Assamese

lower enclosing surface of a room upon which one can walk. in Assamese

lower skirt of an Assamese woman when worn on the breast. in Assamese

lowness of spirits depressed or discouraged by the failure of ones hopes or expectations in Assamese

loyalty or support for a group or ruler in Assamese

Luminous phenomenon, usually of streamers of light in the night sky, above the northern (aurora borealis) or the southern (aurora australis) magnetic pole of earth in Assamese

lump of sugar in balls in Assamese

Lycoperdon is a genus of puffball mushrooms. The genus has a widespread distribution and contains about 50 species. in Assamese

Lying between two extremes in time or space or state. in Assamese

lying toward or situated in the east. in Assamese

lying toward or situated in the west. in Assamese

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